Flourishing community of MMA enthusiasts.
St. Paul, MN (PRWEB) December 20, 2012
MMA Freak is proud to announce this important milestone of online influence so early in the start of the news site.
“We’ve been blown away by the response we’ve gotten from our readers in the few short months since our launch. We have more than 4,000 active, engaged Twitter followers and continue to see amazing growth on our site as well,” says Justyn Hornor, CEO of MMA Freak.
They are not interesting in imitating other news sites. Their approach in reporting MMA news is respectful yet honest and extremely intent on engaging die hard MMA fans, as well as the more casual observers. Where many websites choose a direct approach, MMA-Freak prides themselves on finding the angles and exploiting them. When news stories break, check MMA-Freak.com for a strong, analytical, and rational voice in the mixed martial arts universe.
The MMA Freak staff attributes much of the fast success to their multimedia approach to reporting MMA. “We try to go past basic MMA reporting and provide our readers with a full range of solid MMA analysis that is translated effectively through a strong focus on mixing mediums to convey the most effective dissemination of information. We use pictures, videos, and podcasts which we’ve found creates a much deeper level of engagement with our audience” says Gabe Keith, the Senior Editor at MMA Freak. “We also approach MMA reporting from big picture points of view. We incorporate opinion, news, and a focus on WMMA, and all the respective professional promotions within the sport as well - not just the big fights.”
Another key to their quick rise has been through social media. The MMA Freak team can be found on Twitter and other social media sites on a daily basis engaged with their readers. The result has been a flourishing community of MMA enthusiasts who get involved a lot more than the average readers.